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UAC Partner News
Wednesday, December 9, 2015


 

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Special Announcements

UAC Welcomes New Program Partner, VietLEAD

We are proud to officially announce and welcome our newest program partner, VietLEAD to the Coalition Family! VietLEAD  assists Vietnamese refugees and immigrants in their search for a life in liberty and dignity by empowering, equipping and organizing Vietnamese American communities in their progress toward self-sufficiency. VietLEAD specializes and provides a
dvocacy, leadership development, civic engagement, youth development and organizing, health promotion, and community building projects.  

Fiscal Team Spotlight

Thomas Love, UAC Controller


You may know him as the Coalition’s Controller, overseeing more than 65 programs and meeting audit deadlines, however, if you took a moment to ask Thomas Love what he enjoys outside of work, you will find that he has a passion for music, sound engineering and DJing. You may have seen "DJ Thomas Love" at many UAC events. 
 
For the past 2 years, Thomas has been a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and is a dedicated volunteer for UAC’s Program Partner, One Day At A Time (ODAAT). Thomas earned a masters of science in forensic accounting from New England College and a certification in government contract management from Villanova University, while working full-time with UAC.
 
The next time you are in the Fiscal Department, stop in to say "Hi" to Thomas. 

Funding Opportunities

Bank of America
Minority Business Fund Grant Opportunity

Bank of America Minority Business Fund Scholarship is accepting applications for their grant-based program which provides targeted training and development support to qualified, certified Small and Diverse Businesses.  Recipients of the scholarship will be given the opportunity to further enhance the business operations functions within their companies to become competitive within their field of business. 
 
The application is open until December 18, 2015.


Apply here before the December deadline!

Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation
Grant Opportunity

Nonprofits serving inner city youth throughout the United States are eligible to apply year round for grants from the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation.  Founder, and lifelong member and advocate of the Boys and Girls Club, Mark Wahlberg established his organization in 2001 to ensure that no child is limited or prevented from attaining their lifetime goal or dream due to financial circumstances.

Apply here, today

Partner Announcements

Global Citizen
Volunteers Needed for Miracle on 36th Street


Volunteers are needed at this year’s Miracle on 36th Street!  This holiday season, Ian-Yae's In Touch will be hosting their annual community Christmas event. There will be a toy giveaway for the first 100 kids, with food, music, and  photo opportunities  with Santa! Volunteers will be needed on Saturday, December 19th from 1-4:30 PM at Vare Recreation Center at 2600 Morris Street. Volunteers will with help setup, decorate the space, sign in attendees, lead arts and crafts projects, serve food, distribute toys and coats, play games with the children and clean up at the event. 
 

Sign up to volunteer by clicking here!

For more information, please contact Tiffany Smith at Tiffany@GlobalCitizen365.org or call 215-851-1806.

Entrepreneur Works
The Philadelphia Fashion Incubator 

Become a Designer-in-Residence (DIR) for one year with The Philadelphia Fashion Incubator at Macy's Center City!  The program is currently accepting applications to provide 6 emerging Philadelphia based apparel and/or accessories designers with resources to launch and grow their own fashion businesses! 

DIR's will receive mentoring from the city's leading industry professionals in addition to feedback from the Macy's merchandising team.  Applications are due no later than January 15, 2016 to be considered for the program.  


Click here to Apply!

YOACAP
'SHARP INSIGHT' Startup Aims to Increase Voter Turnout in African American Males 

YOACAP is partnering with barbers and barbershops throughout Philadelphia aiming to increase voter turnout in Philadelphia elections among African American men. The project, SHARP INSIGHT, will train barbers on how to provide non-partisan information to their customers about the importance of voting and volunteering in their communities. Barbers and barbershops who participate can receive small stipends, free promotional items and promos. Barbers and barbershops can learn more about the program and its opportunities by calling (215)-851-1968. 

Read about the program on NBC News

Events & Announcements

The Nonprofit Institute
Free Nonprofit Management Certification Program


The Netter Center for Community Partnerships invite nonprofits and faith based organizations to learn fundamental management skills through a FREE accelerated Certification Program. Two separate sessions are offered and take place over the course of six days.  Both will feature workshops by local experts in the field of nonprofit management. Participants must attend all sessions from 8:30AM- 3:00PM at the University of Pennsylvania's Christian Association, located at 118 South 37th Street. Participants may attend one of two weeks. 

Week 1: Wednesday, December 9th – Friday, December 11th
Week 2: Wednesday, December 16th – Friday, December 18th


RSVP by email to sammapp@upenn.edu to attend. 
JLV College Counseling
Scholarship Opportunities with December 2015 Deadlines

JLV College Counseling complied a list of over 100 different scholarship opportunities for high school and undergraduate students with December 2015 application deadlines. Students are encouraged to visit the scholarship websites to get further details about eligibility and requirements. Scholarships range from 500-2500 dollars and cover a wide range of academic and non-academic fields. 
Free Library of Philadelphia
Literacy Enrichment After School Program (LEAP)


LEAP is an after school program for students K-12 that provides homework assistance, computer literacy, and daily literacy enrichment activities for elementary school students operating after school Monday-Thursday from September to June at all Free Library neighborhood libraries, the Parkway Central Library, and Tuesday-Friday in the three regional libraries.  Students at all levels can also access Homework Help Online, powered by Brainfuse, which offers everything from live tutoring—in English and Spanish—to specialized test prep and a writing lab.

For more information, please contact your 
local library or The Office of Public Service Support (215-686-5372).
Cranaleith Spiritual Center
Work and Spirit Speaker Series 

Join business leaders for a day long retreat on Friday January 22, 2016 from 9:30 am-3:30pm for Leading with Courage and Heart -- A Day of Reflection for Leaders in Business & the Professions.  Stimulated by the insights from Dr. Karol Wasylyshyn, one of America's preeminent executive coaches and moderated by Dr. Marisa Guerin, UAC Board member, experienced executive and consultant. This retreat is the latest offering in Cranaleith's highly-regarded Work and Spirit series. Hosted at the Cranaleith Conference Center in the Somerton section of Philadelphia the mini-retreat is designed  with thought-provoking input and discussion on the ways that the most effective leaders tap into their deepest values and live them with courage and authenticity. The session includes time for personal journaling, as well as a delicious and healthful lunch.
 

The cost of the retreat is $150. Register by email at info@cranaleith.org or phone 215-934-6206 

Employment Opportunities

Project Home 
VP For Workforce Development & Education Underway


Project Home, a nonprofit dedicated to providing affordable housing, employment opportunities, healthcare, and education, is searching for a new Vice President for Workforce Development and Education. 

Click here to learn more and apply  
Democratic National Convention Committee 
Applications Still Open Jobs with DNC

The Democratic National Convention Committee is still accepting applications positions in the following areas
  • Communications
  • Convention Complex
  • Finance and Administration
  • Logistics
  • Public Engagement
  • Technology
Click here to find job descriptions and apply!

UAC.org/Jobs

At the Urban Affairs Coalition, we are dedicated to attracting, recruiting, and retaining the best talent to meet our business objectives and fulfill our mission. Help us build a stronger community and become part of our team of highly skilled and committed staff.

Beyond the listings on the UAC Website, we have Resources that can help you find and secure employment. The Urban Affairs Coalition is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Click here to find a job!

UAC Program Partners

21st Century Work-Stream
Achieving Reunification Center
African American United Fund
AIDS Policy Project
Amerihealth Caritas Partnership
Be The Change PHL
Black Writers Museum

Broad Street Run
Campaign for Working Families
Celebration of Moxie Women
Center for H.O.P.E.
Center for H.O.P.E. at Tioga-Simpkins House
COLOURS
Community & Economic Development (CED)
Destined for a Dream Foundation
Ebony Johnson Scholarship Fund
Economic Development Projects (EDP)
Entrepreneur Works
Explorers Sans Frontières
First Responders Institute
Fresh Visions Youth Theatre

GALAEI
Global Citizen/MLK365
Grand Central
Makom Community
Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia
Haitian Relief Fund

Institute for Southeast Asian Archaeology
Keystone Innovations Program

Neighborhood United Against Drugs (NUAD)

 

North Philadelphia Human Services Development Corporation
Nu Sigma Youth Services
One Day At A Time (ODAAT)
OPPORTUNITIES PA
Parents United for Public Education
Parkside Association of Philadelphia
Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
Philadelphia Ballhawks

Philadelphia Black Public Relations Society
Philly Youth Poetry Movement

PowerShift
Preventing HIV Project
Raise of Hope
Reunification Transportation Service
Stars Within Reach
Street Smart Philly

Summer WorkReady Youth Employment Programs
Teenshop
Thanksgiving Basket Program
Trudy Haynes Foundation
VietLEAD
West Philadelphia High School Class of ’66 Scholarship Reunion Committee
West Philly Tool Lending Library
X-Offenders for Community Empowerment
Youth Outreach Adolescent Community Awareness Program (YO-ACAP)

 

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